Reviews and Problems with Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
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1 August 2012
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Excerpt: Don't believe the hype. Using the Wii Remote to wield a lightsaber in Lego Star Wars: Complete Saga isn't the real deal. But that doesn't stop it from being one of the best games on the console.
Summary: Parents need to know that this game serves as a massive promotion for Star Wars and LEGO building block toys -- and especially Star Wars -themed LEGO sets. There is little else to be wary of, save perhaps the difficulty of some puzzles for younger children and possible exposure to inappropriate...
Summary: LucasArts and Traveller's Tales happened upon an alchemical combination of nostalgia with the 2005 release of Lego Star Wars, a jovial action adventure game that mined a pan-generational affection for both George Lucas' space opera and those colorful Danish building blocks.
Pros: Gameplay still varied and friendly
Cons: Nearly all of the content is recycled from previous Lego Star Wars games
Excerpt: Written by Gukophoto Title: Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga Format: Wii / DS + Other Price: RRP £39.99 Wi-Fi: NO Players: 2 Although I was a partial fan of the Star wars series (never hard core, but always been there for the series) I had never played the star wars games on a console, partially...
Excerpt: Endless tinkering must be intrinsically linked to anything to do with the Star Wars brand. Look at poor old George Lucas. He just can't stop himself nipping into the backroom, whipping out those cans of film and felt-tipping brand new characters and space ships into his movies (before doing some...